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China factory sector jolts by shrinking in January
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's factory sector unexpectedly shrank for the first time in nearly 2-1/2 years in January and firms see more gloom ahead, an official survey showed, raising expectations that policymakers will take more action to forestall a sharper ...
China Posts Disappointing Factory, Services Data for January  Wall Street Journal
China Factory Gauge Sinks to First Contraction in Two Years  Bloomberg
UPDATE 1-Brazil's Bradesco says ready to weather corporate defaults
(Recasts to add details on Petrobras downgrade, comments on defaults, provisions and expenses throughout). SAO PAULO Jan 30 (Reuters) - Banco Bradesco SA is prepared to weather an expected wave of corporate defaults and debt restructurings in ...
Brazil's Real Leads Major Currency Drops as Petrobras Downgraded  Bloomberg
Petrobras Down as Delayed Q3 Earnings Miss on Oil Slide
Shake Shack shares shine in NYSE IPO debut
Manhattan-based burger chain Shake Shack made an outstanding public debut at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) after it closed at USD 45.90 on Friday, which is about 120 percent higher than the price of USD 21 that it offered in its Initial Public ...
Shake Shack IPO spikes over 130% on debut day at NYSE, company valued at ...  World Tech Today
Don't bet the Farm on Shake Shack (SHAK)  thestockmasters
McDonald's Super Bowl Commercial Is The Worst
McDonald's Super Bowl Commercial wants you to �pay with lovin.� Yes, it is just as ridiculous as it sounds. Basically McDonalds is going to randomly pick customers to �pay with lovin� rather than money from now until Valentines Day.
McDonald's asking customers to pay with 'lovin' instead of money
McDonald's Introduces an Unusually Heartfelt New Way Some People Can Pay ...  IJ Review
Q4 GDP Slow Down Temporary or Sign of Things to Come
Holiday sales, widespread travels and the Christmas spirit couldn't save the United States economy in the fourth quarter of last year as the gross domestic product took a dive, surprising many analysts who expected higher growth.
GDP growth rate tumbles. Have we turned the page?  Communities Digital News
Noooo! GDP Slowed in Fourth Quarter. And That's Not Even the Worst Part  TIME
ECB lending to Greece may stop by March
Helsinki: A top European Central Bank (ECB) official yesterday said the institution cannot keep lending money to Greece unless the heavily indebted nation extends its bailout programme before a February deadline.
Greece hires Lazard to advise on debt  Financial Times
Greece insists it will pay back creditors as it hires debt advisers
Gas-filled balloon completes record-breaking Pacific flight
(Reuters) - A gas-filled balloon co-piloted by an American and a Russian touched down safely in the waters off Mexico on Saturday, completing a week-long trans-Pacific flight that unofficially broke two world records, a spokeswoman said.
Balloonists create history, touch down after epic journey  TVNZ
Balloonists break records
Oil's collapse may fuel the next financial crisis
In the past three months, oil prices have fallen by 50% to their lowest levels since the financial panic of 2008-09. This respite is expected to provide the global economy with the equivalent of more than $1.1-trillion in monetary stimulus.
Oil Stocks: The $393 Billion Wealth Wipeout  Motley Fool
Oil strikes lowest level since 2009
Crisis veteran Naimi stays to hold line on Saudi oil policy
Saudi Arabia's Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi talks to journalists before a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna November 27, 2014.
OPEC production rises as members stand firm  Saudi Gazette
New World for Saudi Stocks  Barron's
Google earnings miss estimates, stock sinks
Google is in the habit of missing analysts' earnings targets, frustrating investors who believe the online search leader would be more profitable it didn't pour so much money into far-flung projects like Internet-connected eyewear and driverless cars.
Where's the payoff for Google investors?  Business Standard
Cramer: Google's not done rallying yet  CNBC